As the Indian side conquered the Gabba Fortress in Brisbane by defeating the Australian side, Prime Minister Narendra Modi, Sachin Tendulkar and the entire cricket fraternity praised the Indian side for their victory and appreciated the depth of the Indian squad.  Their eight players were ruled out before the match due to injury and unavailability.  ..Their primary fast bowler Bumrah was ruled out ahead of the last Test.  … Their bowling attack was called “inexperienced” by cricketing experts. ….They historically won the Test, clinched the victory, at an extraordinary venue where their opponent had not suffered a loss in 32 years. Yes! We are of course talking about India’s epic win over Australia at the 4th Test of the Border-Gavaskar trophy. India chased a massive target of 328 runs on a pitch with cracks on the last day of the Test. It was the phenomenal effort of the likes of Cheteshwar Pujara, Rishabh pant, Washington Sundar under the captainship of Ajinkya Rahane.  

Here’s how Twitter reacted after India Defeated Australia in the 4th Test match:   

Indian skipper who’s on a paternity absence lauded his Team and acknowledged the grit with which the Indian side batted. 

“Turbanator” Harbhajan Singh who played the crucial role in clinching wickets during nail-biting moments tweeted and congratulated team India.

Former Team India captain Saurav Ganguly announced on Twitter Rs. 5 crore bonus for the entire Team India squad.

Virendra Sehwag once again proved that his prowess at batting only matches the prowess of his Twitter game. 

 New-age batsman Shikhar Dhawan appreciated the Indian side and acknowledged how the “battered and bruised” side came on top. 

Sachin Tendulkar, who is also famously known as the God of Cricket gave a message of hope and determination in his Tweet saying how one should always persevere no matter what they are told and enjoy their victory when they defeat all odds. 

Former Australian fast bowler who was the cause of nightmares for Indian fans and batsmen alike also congratulated Team India in one of his Tweets.  

Test and ODI captain of the Indian women’s cricket team took to Twitter and said how she’s still grappling with her emotions. 

Former England cricket team’s batsman and now commentator Michael Vaughn dubbed the Border-Gavaskar Trophy which India won today as “The Greatest Test Series win of all time.” 

Aggressive and stealthy South African bowler Dale Steyn was a man of a few words in his tweet congratulating the Indian side.  

Google CEO who was born in India and is known to be a cricket fan himself also hailed the depleted Indian side. 

Lastly, but definitely not least-ly, Indian Prime Minister Mr. Narendra Modi tweeted saying how “We are all overjoyed at the success of the Indian Cricket Team in Australia.”